Here’s a short news update from my part of the world:
«As a selected photographer you are hereby invited to participate to showcase your portfolio at Henie Onstad Art Center 11-12. May and at the group exhibition at Nordic Light Festival 1-5. May.»
«Som utvalgt fotograf er du herved invitert til å delta ved portfoliovisningen på Henie Onstad Kunstsenter 11-12. mai og på gruppeutstillingen på Nordic Light Festival 1-5. mai.»
I will exhibit a handful of portraits and I’m looking forward to it.
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: http://hok.no/
Nordic Light Festival: https://www.nordiclightfestival.no/
During the spring I’ve re-edited some of my old material from Jerusalem and today I uploaded around 100 of those photos to Flickr.
Most of the photos haven’t been shared before. Naturally my photography skills have improved a lot since then, but some of the material is still good in my opinion. Here’s a few of the photos and you can find the rest on Flickr.
שוק מחנה יהודה
Halwa captured at Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem, Israel.
That was the food, now here’s some music:
I’ve posted a B&W portrait of these two young girls before, but I thought I’d share this colorful gallery too. Enjoy these street portraits:
Here’s the previously posted B&W portrait: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/2015/06/30/street-portrait-of-two-young-girls/
In a previous post in this blog I mistook a Greek Orthodox Bishop for being an Armenian Priest. I don’t want to do the same mistake again, so this is just a photo of a priest, a bishop or whatever. He’s probably Greek… I’m not sure, but I can say for sure that he was in Jerusalem at the time that this photo was taken.
It’s a long time ago since I’ve visited Jerusalem, so you can consider this street portrait as an entry for «Paula’s Thursday’s Special: ‘traces of the past’».